Dalaman, which is known for its meeting with the sea, nature and history and its beauties in our country, has an area of 617 km. In addition, it has the feature of being one of the 12 districts of Muğla province. Dalaman and its surroundings come to mind when we say places to visit.
Kapidag peninsula is located between dates and sarsala bays. It passes as the second biggest peninsula of the Western Mediterranean. It has magnificent bays and is surrounded by historical ruins along with high hills. We can easily state that this region is the first stop in Dalaman for history lovers.
Hippokome Ancient City
Hippokome means the city of Horse in the old Carian language. The region is 30 km away from Dalaman town center. It was established on a hill in the center of İt Asarı in the Cimende Village. Surrounded by 3 large rock tombs, the region consists of Byzantine and Roman structures and historical ruins.
Oktapolis Ancient City
There are historical rock tombs belonging to the Lycian period in the region. Studies carried out in the region revealed that Elcik, Kızılkaya and Sabunu were established within the borders of the village.
The name of Dalaman Tea in history is Indos. Çay, which is 229 km long, is located between Fethiye and Marmaris. It is the first address for those who want to do rafting. It is also an important region for thousands of local and foreign tourists every year. For accommodation, you can choose the guesthouses in Akköprü village.
If you have visited Dalaman, Sarigerme, which you have to spare at least one day, is located 7 km long, among the longest beaches of our country. The beach has a fairly large beach. It is among the most ideal beaches to breathe with its green pine forests and blue sea. In addition, cafes and restaurants in the region also help to have a pleasant time.